SAAB Seek Saviour
This article addresses struggling car company SAAB’s newest possible savior, once a prestige car brand often seen sporting private number plates. SAAB has reached a preliminary agreement with Chinese company Pang Da to sell cars for £39 million total, in order to get the production line moving. It discusses the recent problems SAAB have had with their finances, and goes on to talk about a number of deals that have fallen through. Finally, this new deal is discussed, and some speculation is made on whether or not it is feasible.